Open Source Summit is the leading conference for developers, architects and other technologists – as well as open source community and industry leaders – to collaborate, share information, learn about the latest technologies and gain a competitive advantage by using innovative open solutions.
WWCode CONNECT Asia 2019, part of our premier developer conference series, brings together speakers from around the world to share their technical expertise and inspirational stories of how they have succeeded in the industry. Join the Women Who Code community for in-depth panels, technical workshops, keynotes, and actionable advice on advancing your career.
vBSDCon will bring together members of the BSD community for a series of roundtable discussions, educational sessions, best practice conversations and exclusive networking opportunities.
The APNIC 48 conference will be held in Chiang Mai, Thailand from 5 to 12 September 2019. The conference brings together Internet and networking experts, government representatives, industry leaders, and other interested parties from around the world to attend workshops and tutorials, discuss policies, and extend their social and professional networks with like-minded peers. Members of the Foundation team are looking forward to participating.
The FreeBSD Foundation is pleased to be participating in the Mongolian Network Operators Group Conference (MNNOG-1). Taking place September 14-22, 2019 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. mnNOG is a non-profit, community-based initiative. It was created to organize communication forums for network engineers and technical specialists in Mongolia to discuss various topics related to network, security and other Internet technologies.
All Things Open is the largest open source/open tech/open web conference on the East Coast, and one of the largest in the United States. It regularly hosts some of the most well-known experts in the world as well as nearly every major technology company. More than 3,200 from 34 states and 19 countries participated in 2017. This year between 3,500 – 4,000+ are expected.
The goal of the event is to foster cross-community discussions of OpenZFS work and to make progress on some of the projects we have proposed. This 2-day event consists of a day of presentation and a 1-day hackathon.